Girls basketball

Revere 50, Perry 48

Taylor Kenna made just one basket on Saturday afternoon. The sophomore converted on a layup with three seconds left in regulation to lift the Minutemen (7-3) to a nonleague road victory.

With the ball underneath the Panthers (2-8) basket in the closing seconds, Kenna stole the inbound pass and took the ball the length of the floor, connecting on a left-handed layup to break the 50-50 tie. Adison Novosel led Revere with 18 points, and Taylor Rinn chipped in for 16.

Medina 56,

Washington Court House 43

At the KSA Holiday Tournament in Orlando, the Bees won their bracket and improved to 12-0 overall. Duquesne recruit Lindsey Linard scored a career-high 18 points and grabbed nine rebounds to earn MVP honors in the yellow bracket of competition. Sarah McKee added 16 points for Medina.

Highland 42,

Parma Padua 35

Sophomore Kendall McCormick scored 15 points to lead the Hornets (7-4).

Lake 78,

Kent Roosevelt 34

Behind a 27-2 first-quarter lead, the Blue Streaks rolled to a nonleague win at home. Mackenzie Hance scored 16 points and Jessica LeBeau added 15 for Lake (5-5).

Abbie Carpenter led all scorers with 21 points for Kent Roosevelt.

Kenmore-Garfield 71,

Springfield 40

Ianna Lopp's 26 points led the Golden Rams to a win in the Canton South Holiday Classic. Alexis Radcliff added 24 points in the win. Springfield was led by Faith Dawson's 12 points.

Boys basketball

Jackson 64,

Central Hunterdon (N.J.) 56

The Polar Bears moved to 3-0 on their trip to the KSA Orlando Holiday Tournament. Sean Reed led Jackson (8-1) with 23 points, including a game-high six 3-pointers.

Aurora 78,

Mayfield 75 (2OT)

Behind Ethan Hays' game-high 25 points, Aurora improved to 6-1 with a double-overtime win. Gabe Elsawy added 22 points, including three 3-pointers, in the win.

St. Stephen-St. Agnes (Va.) 61,

Archbishop Hoban 53

At the Josh Palmer Classic in Elmira, N.Y., the Knights are 1-1 heading into Sunday's third-place game. Jake Snyder's 13 points paced Hoban (3-2) with 13 points.

Wrestling

Kenston Invitational

Three Nordonia wrestlers claimed championships in the Kenston Invitational, leading the Knights to a second-place finish, 2.5 points behind Fairfield. Rootstown was third in the team results. Jaivon Jones (132 pounds), Mitch Collica (138) and Sal Perrine (160) each went 5-0 on the day. Jones' title match was pin in 3:49.

Shane McGinnis of Hudson won the 195-pound title while Jeff Dunfee of Ravenna took the 145-pound crown.